Joo

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Smashwords book reviews by Joo

  • Secrets of Retail on March 01, 2011

    Neither the characters nor the story were particularly original, yet I was drawn in and couldn't put it down. I thoroughly recommend this book for a light easy read.
  • Hexult on May 31, 2011

    Not normally my type of book, but I'm so glad I tried it. I was totally immersed in the world to the extent I'd be feeling cold just reading it. It seemed like it was the start of an epic set of adventures, I hope so.
  • Watching Willow Watts on Sep. 13, 2011

    Now that's what I like, a 100% Chick Lit book. You know exactly what you are going to get. A darned good read. I was going to save this for holidays next week, but I thought I'd read a page or two. Next thing I knew was I'd finished it and it was dark outside. It's the story of Willow Watts who, after living in London for a while, goes back to her small village to live with her dad and gets caught up in whirlwind after appearing on You Tube. It was a great read. The story just flowed and even though Willow is extremely naive, I liked her and the other characters. Is it too early to ask when your next book is out Talli? I want more
  • The Meyersco Helix on Sep. 30, 2011

    Andre Jute writes that this book was first published in 1988 and was re-edited, but there was no sign of it being over 20 years old. It seemed completely in the now. I like a good biological thriller and this was just that. The thought that something could so easily escape into the atmsphere and the only way to stop it is with high collateral damage is scary. In the main, this story is very much a chase story. I did have a problem with it at one point where the pursuers had stopped to do some nasty deeds, yet caught up with the pursued even though he appeared to be travelling via faster means. There were some twists and turns that caught me out and - as a reader - I found the ending to be satisfactorily unexpected.